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Remarks: That's got to be the largest, most complex nose gear I have ever seen. Its so big! Just think, that small tow bar is pulling around 300 tonnes. Wow!
Remarks: Preparing to leave its static display at the end of the Colchester Military Festival 2006. Shortly after this shot was taken, all the spectators got covered in dirt and grass as the Lynx took off.
Remarks: The preserved Avro Vulcan on display at the 2006 Southend Airshow. Lets hope that she flies one day!
Remarks: Preparing for its display at the 2006 Southend Airshow.
Remarks: This RAF Eurofighter Typhoon has just returned to the apron/taxiway parking after completing its last display at the Southend Airshow 2006.
Remarks: F-WWOWs bulbous nose and the A340-600 (F-WWCA) tail, both parked on static display at Farnborough International Airshow 2006.
Remarks: BA Speedbird 747 on final to runway 27R at Heathrow. She looks so good!
Remarks: Singapore Airlines 747-400 on short finals to rwy 27R at Heathrow. From this angle she looks so good!
Remarks: Emirates 777 on short final to rwy 27R at Londons Heathrow Airport.
Remarks: bmi A320 on final to Heathrows 27R
Remarks: Something slightly different...a close up study of the rotor blade assembly and mechanism belonging to the Apache Longbow Attack helicopter. The 'bulb' on the top is a radar.
Remarks: VA A340-600 'Soul Sister', delivered early this year, banks as she climbs out of Heathrow in the early evening.
Two birds for the price of one!
Remarks: On final at Nottingham East Midlands
Remarks: F-WWOW is guided out of its static display spot for the last time at Farnborough 2006; shortly after, once on the runway she said goodbye to FIA 2006, and her engines showered me and many other spectators with dust and grass as she began her take off roll.
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